WELCOME TO SENIOR COIN SERVICE

Where We Help Seniors, And People Of All Ages, To Understand Value And Liquidate Their Coin Estates

About us

The Athenian Owl is one of the most important coins in the history of money.

Welcome To Senior Coin Service ... where we serve people of all ages, but where we specialize in giving patient and careful explanations to seniors regarding the value of their coins, jewelry and other collectibles.

Meet Dean Kavouras  owner/operator of the company and learn why you should deal with Senior Coin Service in this sensitive matter of liquidating your valuables.

Personal Credentials ... Mr. Kavouras is a life long Cleveland area resident. He and his wife Barb have three children and nine grandchildren.

Professional Credentials ... Dean Kavouras is a professional coin grader with intimate knowledge of the coin and valuables market. He also has a background in economics, specializing in the history and use of money. He has been interested in coins since childhood, and has been in the coin business since 2007.

Dean has served people of all ages and circumstances by explaining their coins and valuables to them, appraising them, and converting them into cash. He focuses on giving patient, clear and concise explanations to seniors, and is happy to serve the needs of young and old alike.


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Bradly Ttinc | Reply 14.06.2016 19.17

Do you buy 50 krands for cash? Are you licensed? Do you give 1099? Do I need an ID or just bring them in? How much the Gold today?

Dean 14.06.2016 21.18

Hi Bradly. I can answer those questions but please email me privately. Email address is: dean@seniorcoinservice.com . Thanks.

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14.06 | 21:18

Hi Bradly. I can answer those questions but please email me privately. Email address is: dean@seniorcoinservice.com . Thanks.

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14.06 | 19:17

Do you buy 50 krands for cash? Are you licensed? Do you give 1099? Do I need an ID or just bring them in? How much the Gold today?

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